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Rutgers University

96 Frelinghuysen Road

Piscataway, New Jersey,08854

United States

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The Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department (CCB) at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a national leader in undergraduate and graduate education and scientific research. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has ranked Rutgers among the top ten... more

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Who we are - Panther`s Lodge

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With Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman he co-authored When Scotland Was Jewish (2007), Jews and Muslims in British Colonial America: A Genealogical History (2012)and the third in the trilogy, The Early Jews and Muslims of England and Wales: A Genetic and Genealogical History (2014) .


October 2016 - Page 6 - Melungeon Heritage Association

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Beth Caldwell Hirschman is a native of Kingsport, Tennessee.
She was born in Colonial Heights, belonged to the Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church and graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School. She went to the University of Georgia and Georgia State University for her BA, MBA and PHD degrees. She is now a Professor in the Business School at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and the author of several academic articles, papers and books. Beth Caldwell Hirschman is a native of Kingsport, Tennessee. She was born in Colonial Heights, belonged to the Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church and graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School. She went to the University of Georgia and Georgia State University for her BA, MBA and PHD degrees. She is now a Professor in the Business School at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and the author of several academic articles, papers and books.


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Dr. Elizabeth Hirschman of Rutgers University closed out the morning sessions with an intriguing and very current report on DNA profiling of the Appalachian Melungeon community.
She is a very lively and amusing presenter, whose enthusiasm for her subject matter was infectious. It is hard to imagine any student falling asleep in one of her classes! She had just gotten DNA Fingerprint profiles of her own parents, which she discussed along with her own matches to give a vivid picture of the complexity of Melungeon genetic heritage. In addition to matches from Africa that suggest sub-Saharan admixture, Beth has found abundant evidence of Gypsy ancestry along with Mediterranean matches that are often found in Southerners with mixed ancestry. Some cultural traits of Melungeons are similar to those of Gypsies, whose history of migration from India to Europe might explain certain DNA results such as those reported by Beth Hirschman.


Overmountain Press | Elizabeth Hirschman

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Elizabeth Hirschman
Overmountain Press | Elizabeth Hirschman Facebook Elizabeth Hirschman is a professor of marketing at Rutgers University School of Business. She is the author of Melungeons: The Last Lost Tribe in America and hundreds of articles on topics such as psychology and anthropology. She lives in New Brunswick, New Jersey. View books by Elizabeth Hirschman


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Her name is Professor Elizabeth Hirschman, Rutgers University .


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